Management of the Senate is to be determined by a double runoff election in Georgia

Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock

Georgia will be the center of the political universe for the next two months as Senator David Perdue fell below 50%, forcing him to run a runoff against Jon Ossoff. Raphael Warnock and nominated Senator Kelly Loeffler have already been slated for a runoff, which means two Senate seats are at stake – and they will determine control of the chamber.

"This race is about to have a runoff," said Ossoff on Friday morning. And in this runoff election: "Senator David Perdue is retiring," promised Ossoff.

Ossoff also linked Perdue with Donald Trump, who is currently lagging behind in the Georgia presidential race, telling Perdue: "I cannot defend being such a weak trailblazer for this President. “Trump will still be in the White House for both Ossoff and Warnock at the time of the January 5, 2021 runoff election, and his painful losing behavior could well affect his Republicans.

Control of the Senate is at stake. Can you give Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock $ 3 each?

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